The Choice - Nicholas Sparks

The Choice

By Nicholas Sparks

  • Release Date: 2007-09-24
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,178 Ratings)

Book Details Summary


Nicholas Sparks turns his unrivaled talents to a tale about love found and lost, and the choices we hope we'll never have to make.

Travis Parker has everything a man could want: a good job, loyal friends, even a waterfront home in small-town North Carolina. In full pursuit of the good life - boating, swimming , and regular barbecues with his good-natured buddies -- he holds the vague conviction that a serious relationship with a woman would only cramp his style. That is, until Gabby Holland moves in next door.

Spanning the eventful years of young love, marriage and family, THE CHOICE ultimately confronts us with the most heart-wrenching question of all: how far would you go to keep the hope of love alive?

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  • Classic Love story.

    This book should be an instant classic. Loved it and is absolutely beautiful.
  • A must read

    By Akbx03
    I give it 4.5 stars yes the first few chapters are slow and not really entertaining but then BOOM you go on an emotional roller coaster with ironic twists. I loved this book!
  • Loved it

    By Br1tbrit
    This book was a great read, I loved the story and all of the characters. Only complaint is that Part two went a little slow and it didn't keep my attention as much as Part one but I still loved the book.
  • The Choice

    By MzYams
    Love this book! The details are incredible. My fav love story. Love always wins ☺️
  • The Choice

    By Ksm1313
    This book was amazing! I loved every chapter of it. But I love just about every book by Nicolas Sparks!
  • Hope for love.

    By Couchcryer01
    Of course Sparks does it again! Every time I read one of his books I'm left sitting on the couch, crying as if I was five years old and someone just took away my favorite toy. Every time he leaves you feeling as if your hearts been ripped out of your chest cleaned off and put back in. But let's be honest, if we know this happens every time why do we go back to it. It gives us a sense of hope that one day we will find our Noah,Dawson or Landon.
  • Well obviously

    By ekerri02180204
    Don't bother wasting your time, Sparks has done it again with writing another awful book. Oh and she wakes up (OF COURSE SHE DID,) they should have killed her. At least it would have been more interesting.
  • The Choice

    Although it was a sweet story I found it to be very predictable. I felt so he beginning was very slow. I typically love Nicholas Sparks' books, but this wasn't a favorite.
  • Another Great Nicholas Sparks Work

    By Sarahcat127
    If you're a Nicholas Sparks fan, you'll definitely enjoy this work. It's a wonderful love story full of plot twists and surprises - impossible to put down.
  • The meh-est of meh's

    By With friends
    Let me sum up every Nicholas Sparks novel for you: Two main characters are from different worlds (usually one is rich and the other is poor) and could never work! He's a handsome, charming, Southern good ol' boy who has no interest in commitment until she sweeps into his life and blows him away! One of them (the woman, or one of her family members) has a life-threatening disease or is in a horrific accident! He mourns her or she lives and they get through it together! I stopped reading his novels after Nights in Rodanthe (which, to be fair, didn't have a character with a disease, just a landslide or avalanche or something), but I saw the ads for the latest movie and decided to give him another try. PASS. Also, what is his obsession with birds? I swear that he had a protagonist that thought a duck or a swan was his reincarnated wife, and now he has this ominous pigeon? I feel like if I went to Nicholas Sparks' house he'd be pointing out birds all day like "that's Jarret, he always shows up and watches me through the window when it's going to rain in three days, eight hours, and twenty minutes. He's my second favorite after Emory, who always shows up when it's going to rain in three days, four hours, and forty minutes." When he wasn't trying to convince me to move to a small seaside town in North Carolina, that is. Just, no. Don't bother.